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    Amp with good output at 4 ohms

    I just got my SW8200. That thing is pretty.
    My current amp only gives out 500rms at 4 ohms.
    Im looking for something at gives out at least 700 rms at 4 ohms and is 1 ohm stable.

    If only the SW8200 was DVC.

    I looked and couldnt find anything around that area.







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    Re: Amp with good output at 4 ohms

    Is 900+ watts @ 4 Ohms too much? Of course it isn't. Watch the gains and you'll be golden.

    Not 1 Ohm stable but makes good power bridged for the price and I have dealt with this seller personally and he's worthy of trusting your $$$ to.

    See here.



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    Re: Amp with good output at 4 ohms

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    Re: Amp with good output at 4 ohms

    Havent thought a 2 channel since they usually give out the most at 4 ohms bridged.
    What do you guys think of a PA A2400DB?




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    Re: Amp with good output at 4 ohms

    not gonna notice much of a difference from 500-700

    Anyhow most 700+ 2 channels should be able to do it.



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    Re: Amp with good output at 4 ohms

    Quote Originally Posted by Prowler573
    Is 900+ watts @ 4 Ohms too much? Of course it isn't. Watch the gains and you'll be golden.

    Not 1 Ohm stable but makes good power bridged for the price and I have dealt with this seller personally and he's worthy of trusting your $$$ to.

    See here.
    thats what i have and im pretty happy with it.




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